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Old 03-05-2013, 07:05 PM   #21
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Old 03-05-2013, 08:20 PM   #22
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sky: thanks a lot. i believe the 4runner trails wheels is the same as the fjc wheels, with the exception of wheel color. i think the wheel color is slightly darker. dont quote me on that though LOL. i am lifted. i have icon extended travel coilovers and icon 2.5 smooth body rears with toytec 2" aal. im lifted slightly over 3" and have no rubbing whatsoever and i still have my flaps. my tire size is 265/70/17. if youre in the market for trail rims, i would get them. they turn a lot of heads since these rims on a tacoma is pretty rare, atleast where im from .
I have been watching for a set of take offs for about a month now. I thought I would like them on my silver 2007 4x4 TRD AC. I see from your truck I really do like them and will get more serious now. Although I like the look with the lift but I'm hoping they will fit without one. I have a 65 Corvette that takes most of my spare change so I am on pretty strict budget on the truck.
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Old 03-05-2013, 08:40 PM   #24
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sky: i believe they will fit without a lift. reason being, is that i have a ton room and turning radius with my lift, so i guessing you could get away with it at stock height. especially if you were gonna go with the stock tacoma tires (265/65/17) vs the stock trail tires (265/70/17). and i feel you. i wouldnt want to take project monies away from my garage queen . thats how i am with my truck. its relegated to weekend duties LOL. my daily is a little old 4cyl mazda 6 that gives me great gas mileage and the versatility i need for a daily.

EDIT: just noticed someone on the site is selling their fjc wheels.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...goland-il.html
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Old 03-06-2013, 06:13 AM   #26
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Xer0. I was thinking of using the 265/70. I think that is the stock size on the Sport. I wasn't sure if the slight offset difference would be an issue and I'd like the bigger tire look and hoping it would also help the gas mileage. The old car gets better mileage! I saw those wheels for sale. I they were closer I'd be calling. The Corvette is by no means a garage queen. It is my daily driver for most of the year and we've long hauled a couple HRPTs.
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Xer0. I was thinking of using the 265/70. I think that is the stock size on the Sport. I wasn't sure if the slight offset difference would be an issue and I'd like the bigger tire look and hoping it would also help the gas mileage. The old car gets better mileage! I saw those wheels for sale. I they were closer I'd be calling. The Corvette is by no means a garage queen. It is my daily driver for most of the year and we've long hauled a couple HRPTs.
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265/70/17 are stock on an FJ I think, but 265/65/17 are stock on the Sport. All FJ wheels to my knowledge stick out a bit further than Tacoma wheels, therefore you may have to loose front mud flaps to avoid rubbing if you choose 265/70/17. If you stay with stock size 265/65/17 I would expect you would be able to keep you front mud flaps on even with FJ wheels.
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Question...I was also looking to run the 17" FJ sport 6 spoke wheels like the ones Neil99's blue tacoma has. I have a set of aftermarket Eagle 17x9 wheels with 285/70-17's and 3" lift. Can I run the wheels with the 285's and no spacers due to the offset of the FJ wheels??
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Thanks for the idea guys. I found some used FJ wheels and had them powdercoated. I really like the fit of the FJ offset. Thanks for the help.






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